Vermont congressman continues push to remove ethanol from RFS

January 10, 2018 |

In Vermont, the state’s only member of the House of Representatives continues to push for the removal of ethanol from the Renewable Fuel Standard, this time snowmobiling with the state’s snow travellers association to demonstrate how small engines can allegedly be damaged by ethanol. He refers to the law as being a flop despite its good intentions, pointing to negative environmental impacts from producing and using corn-based ethanol as well as on food prices and the livestock industry.

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